I've been seeing a lot of fast food signs recently noting to a bargain on chicken nuggets.
Here's a interesting study to digest:
Microscopic examinations on nuggets from two different fast food chains revealed:
Nugget from chain #1: 50% skeletal muscle, with the remainder composed primarily of fat, with some blood vessels and nerve present
Nugget from chain #2: approximately 40% skeletal muscle with generous quantities of fat and other tissue, including connective tissue and bone spicules
This is the answer to why nuggets are only a $1 if ever asked.